How to do Slow-Mo Videos on Tik Tok – Is it possible for a social media platform to be overpopulated because like Facebook I think Tik Tok is. However, Tik Tok is way more active filled with a lot of young people displaying talents, creating trends, and making me fall off the chair laughing. With over a billion users and growing, there is no limit to the creativity this platform offers through its unique video content.
Here, we are going to guide you on how to go about making one of Tik Tok’s many trends; the slo-mo videos. You must have seen one on Tik Tok. Slow-motion videos were the main deal last year and are still trending this year.
How to Make a Tik Tok Video?
Let’s make sure you’re aware of the basics first. Download the Tik Tok app, open it and create an account when prompted by Tik Tok to do so.
Click on the “+” icon at the bottom of your screen. You can then start recording the video. Furthermore, you could upload one from your gallery by tapping on the “Upload” icon next to the big red record button.
Add all the necessary effects from the effects, filters, stickers, emojis, and so on and hit the publish button. Add a caption, set the privacy options and your video is good to go.
Making a Slow-Mo Video On Tik Tok
Although there is a setting on Tik Tok that allows you to slow down the speed of videos on Tik Tok which we will get to soon. Slow-mo Tik Tok videos are better if done originally. For instance, if you were dancing in your video, you can decide to dance slowly instead of using the slow-mo setting to better enhance the quality of your video.
How to Make a Slow-Motion Video On Tik Tok
Once you hit the “+” button on your Tik Tok newsfeed screen, select a slow-motion speed range for your video on the rectangular tab above the red start record button. Do this before you start recording your video.
If you are uploading a video, tap on the “Upload” button, select the video, and tap on “Next”. Trim the video; like how much of the selected video you want to post on Tik Tok and tap on “Next” again.
Then hit the “Effects” icon next to “Sounds”. Under Effects, tap on “Time” and select the “Slo-mo” option with the green circle.